Android 4.1 Jelly Bean is now official

We have Ice Cream Sandwich on our hand not for a long time but there is already a new version of Android operating system is announced by Google yesterday at Google I/O 2012. It will be known as Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. Jelly Bean is not a complete new version of Android OS like the predecessor ICS, it mainly focuses on performance and stability. Google has dedicated a whole project codenamed Butter to improving Android performance.

By making the vsync of the screen at a constant 60 frames per second, it makes the UI smoother than ever. Google showed two Galaxy Nexus smartphones, one running Ice Cream Sandwich and the other Jelly Bean to demonstrate the huge difference that Project Butter makes. It's really quite impressive.
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Jelly Bean brings new UI and gestures to camera, so you can swipe sideways to access the gallery. You can then quickly delete images by swiping them off the screen. The notification bar has also seen its fair share of changes. It shows you a more prominent looking clock and allows notifications from various apps like Music, Pulse and Gmail to be expanded to give you more details without having to open the app.

The keyboard typing is also improved, with better and more accurate predictive input and extended dictionary. On top of that, Voice Typing in now available offline. This means that it no longer requires data connection to work and its performance won't be affected by its slow speed.

A developer SDK preview available right now on the Android Developers website. Jelly Bean will be rolling out to Galaxy Nexus, Nexus S and Xoom devices in mid-July, along with the open source code. New Google Nexus 7 tablet will also ship in July with Android 4.1 inside.

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